Dana Crespino Obituary, Death – Dana Ralph Crespino, who was 68 years old and lived in Washington Court House, Ohio, died at 12:09 a.m. on Saturday, January 21, 2023, at Court House Manor. Since July 15, 2021, he had been living there. Dana was born on April 26, 1954, in West Point, New York, to Ralph and Janice Krokum Crespino. Before he moved to Washington Court House, FL in 2019, he lived in Satellite Beach, FL for most of his life.
He used to own and run a building company with a tropical theme called Jungle Works. Dana liked to fish a lot and loved to make things.
Dana’s wife, whose name was Virginia L. Springer and who died on February 2, 2019, and his sister, Blythe Helcema, both died before he did. He is survived by his three children, Kylie Lanman and her husband Justin of Washington Court House, Aaron K. Crespino of Columbus, and Jennifer Semple and her husband John of Blacklick, Ohio; his seven grandchildren, Liam Lanman, Hayden, Loreli, and Maura Crespino, Doug Fawcett, Skyler Bullock, and Alexyss Bullock; and two sisters, Laurie Stealey of Palm Bay, FL, and Doria Crespino of Indiana Harbor.
“I’ve reached the end of the race; I’ve fought the good fight. I haven’t changed.” 4–7 Timothy. God’s grace helped Dana fight the good fight and finish the race. Because he believed in Jesus, he is now in heaven with his savior and other loved ones who have died before him. Dana left behind a legacy of love and joy for life. He took risks, came up with new ideas, and worked hard his whole life. His happy, steady personality made the people he loved laugh and smile, making memories that will last a lifetime.
He asked to be cremated, and later there will be memorial services in both Ohio and Florida. Dana cared a lot about The ALS Association, which is located at 1300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 600, Arlington, VA 22209. Instead of sending flowers, please consider making a donation to this organization. Plans are made by the Kirkpatrick Funeral Home in Washington Court House.